|Covid-19|Hanako Tsugaru, later Hanako, Princess Hitachi of Japan
Hanako Oshima (born 1973), Japanese musician
Hanako Oku (born 1978), Japanese singer/songwriter
Hisa Ōta (1868–1945), Japanese actress whose stage name was "Hanako"
Hanako (ハナコ) or Delia Ketchum, the mother of protagonist Ash Ketchum in the Pokémon anime
Hanako Ikezawa, a heroine with debilitating social anxiety derived from her burn scars from the visual novel Katawa Shoujo.
Hanako Yamada, a future rival and younger sister of Taro Yamada (Senpai) in the stealth action video game Yandere Simulator
Hanako (given name) Wikipedia
Hanako is a female Japanese given name. The name can have different meanings, one of them being 花子, meaning "flower girl."
It is often seen as an archetypal name for females.
華子 (華 is a kanji of many uses - 'splendor', 'flower', 'petal', 'shine', 'luster', 'ostentatious', 'showy'. 'ko' is the second kanji, meaning 'girl (child)').